Healthcare Services and Programs
Michael J. Fox
In celebration of the OhioHealth Neuroscience Center opening, OhioHealth presents Parkinson's advocate Michael J. Fox on May 26.
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We invite you to the OhioHealth Neuroscience Center Open House to tour the center before it opens.
Living with Parkinson's
OhioHealth Delay the Disease empowers people with Parkinson’s disease, putting them back in control of their lives with specialized exercise programs.
Meeting the Need
In 2015, the OhioHealth Multiple Sclerosis program is expanding to accommodate a growing need for more MS specialists.
An evening of hope and laughter.
We are welcoming Parkinson’s advocate Michael J. Fox to the Ohio Theatre on May 26.
Parkinson’s disease is one of many neuroscience conditions we treat at OhioHealth, all of which we’ll continue to put even more resources into at the new OhioHealth Neuroscience Center where we’re leading a new standard of highly complex neuroscience care. This event is now sold out!.
On Saturday, June 27 from 1:30 to 5:30 p.m., we invite you to tour the OhioHealth Neuroscience Center at Riverside Methodist Hospital – a state-of-the-art building dedicated to providing the latest advancements and best experiences in neuroscience patient care.
Expanding Our Neuroscience Program and Expertise
OhioHealth is already home to one of the nation's largest comprehensive neuroscience programs with unparalleled physician expertise for the treatment of brain and spine conditions. And now we're announcing a world-class destination to match it. The OhioHealth Neuroscience Center represents a unique approach to care unlike any other by fostering collaboration between disciplines, including neuroscience heart and vascular, and cancer care. The Center also provides greater convenience and a better patient experience overall.
Meeting the Need for Neuroscience Care
We anticipate an increase in the need for neuroscience care due to aging baby boomers, increasing life span and improved diagnostics. We'll meet that need with our new facility, ensuring our community has the most advanced, comprehensive neuroscience expertise and care available. We'll also be hiring. Once the OhioHealth Neuroscience Center opens in 2015, it will provide employment for a variety of jobs, including up to 310 new healthcare positions.
Opening Summer 2015
Experience the progress of the OhioHealth Neuroscience Center on our timeline. Get updates, view photos and videos, read blog posts, hear inspiring stories, learn interesting facts and watch the future of neuroscience unfold at OhioHealth.
View the OhioHealth Neuroscience Center timeline.
Honoring Patient Privacy
The OhioHealth Neuroscience Center will have 224 private rooms which will give patients and their loved ones the privacy they need, improve patient safety and hospital experience, and positively influence physician and staff productivity. After the new facility opens, OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital will gradually transition to a nearly all-private room campus.
Reducing Anxiety and Stress
Our team of experts is using the latest research in space design to create a healing environment with the unique neuroscience patient in mind. Specially designed floor patterns, colors and other interior materials will help with wayfinding, reduce stress and improve overall patient well-being. Patients and their families will experience quiet areas and beautiful gardens, as well as an atrium in the center of the building that will let natural light into every patient care room. The environment is designed not only to help the unique neuroscience patient get better, but feel better, too.
Increased Specialty and Subspecialty Neuroscience Care
More specialists and subspecialists are joining our nationally recognized neuroscience team at OhioHealth, giving patients access to the widest range of expertise available in both complex and routine neurological conditions.
OhioHealth Neuroscience Physicians Give a Girl
Her Life Back
As a young adult, Katrina experienced headaches, insomnia, an inability to focus, tingling in her hands and other symptoms of a neurologic condition only brain surgery could cure.
Help Build the Future of Neuroscience
Your gift to OhioHealth’s neuroscience programs today makes it possible for us to continue our mission “to improve the health of those we serve.” With your assistance, we support our community’s needs and provide the best patient experience in neuroscience healthcare through construction of a state-of-the-art OhioHealth Neuroscience Center.
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